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Caravaggio ê iû-uē "Hui-óng aiki̍p tôo-tiong ê hiu-sik" (Rest on the Flight into Egypt) (1594–96)

Sī-tsiò (sī-tsàu; ing-gú: sight-reading; teh im-ga̍k lāi-té, iah hông kiò-tsò "prima vista" (teh itali-gí ê ì-sù sī "tē-it ba̍k; tē-it pái khuàñ-tio̍h"); hàn-gú: 視奏) sī tsí í én-tsàu-tsiá í-tsîng lóng m̄-bat khuàñ-kuè hi̍k-tsiá m̄-bat o̍h-kuè ê ga̍k-phóo hām m̄-bat én-tsàu kuè ê ga̍k-khik lâi lēn-si̍p hi̍k khó-tshì. Sī-tsiò ê ua̍h-tāng iau-kiû ián-tsàu-tsiá su-iàu piau-tsù tshut-lâi teh ga̍k-phóo tíng-kuân ê im-kuân hām tset-tsàu [en].

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  • Bower, Bruce (15 December 2011). "For Sight-Reading Music, Practice Doesn't Make Perfect : Discovery News." Discovery News: Earth, Space, Tech, Animals, History, Adventure, Human, Autos. Science News. (Eng-gí)
  • Hambrick, David Z. and Meinz, Elizabeth J. (19 November 2001). "Sorry, Strivers: Talent Matters", The New York Times (Eng-gí)
  • "Careers in Music". Reston, Virginia: MENC: The National Association of Music Education. 2001. goân-loē-iông tī October 15, 2007 hőng khó͘-pih.  (Eng-gí)

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